Every weekend, a stylist from an upscale salon in New York City wanders the streets to find someone who would appreciate a free haircut.
Mark Bustos fell in love with ‘street styling’ in May 2012 after visiting family members back in the Philippines where he rented a barbershop chair and provided free haircuts to impoverished children.
The gratification from the experience left him feeling so good that he brought the practice home. Since then, he’s performed this service for the poor — always outdoors — in Jamaica, Costa Rica, Los Angeles, and New York.
(SEE more photos at MyModernMet) – Story tip from Julia Frerichs, LMT